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The story goes that big production studios, among other businesses in entertainment, have long had the stronghold on copyrights encapsulated in entertainment projects. Any work that studios were not able to create in-house would necessitate outsourcing to independent contractors in the industry. Whether it was a screenplay, or as we have here a film score,...
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Our Lead Entertainment Attorney, David Yung Ho Kim, was commissioned by KOTRA (an organization operated by the South Korea government) to write an article on music publishing in the U.S. so that it could be added to KOTRA’s annual “Soft IP Handbook” publication and that publication came out today. If you can read Korean, feel...
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Whether you’re a filmmaker, singer/songwriter or other talent, at some point in your career, you will most likely require the financial backing of a few sponsors or investors for the content you put out, be it a documentary, film, short video or song, as taking on the costs of production are print and advertising (P&A) is...
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